• New wave of cyberattacks spreads from Russian Federation across globe
New wave of cyberattacks spreads from Russian Federation across globe

Kaspersky said the complex attack involved several vectors. Company and government officials reported serious intrusions at the Ukrainian power grid, banks and government offices. Now all the computers of the Ukrgazvydobuvannia are off. Oschadbank said that in compliance with the rules of security and information protection, they had to l...

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  • China's jailed Nobel Peace laureate given medical parole
China's jailed Nobel Peace laureate given medical parole

Liu's wife Liu Xia has been under house arrest since 2010. Liu Xiaobo has been released by Chinese authorities for medical treatment after being arbitrarily imprisoned for 9 years under charges of "agitation activities aimed at subversion of the government and overthrowing of the socialist system".

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  • German city evacuates 11-story building, fearing repeat of London tower blaze
German city evacuates 11-story building, fearing repeat of London tower blaze

Anxiety about the building materials appeared to be spreading to other countries, even though the United States and most countries in Europe had restrictions on the kind of cladding used on Grenfell Tower . The panel have a wealth of experience in fire and building safety, including testing processes. He lamented that landlords were only slowly ...

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  • Iraqi general: Mosul battle to end in days
Iraqi general: Mosul battle to end in days

Backed by US-led coalition air strikes, the SDF has fully seized the south-eastern districts of Al-Meshleb and Al-Senaa, as well as Al-Rumaniya and Sabahiya in the west, he said. The mosque's grounds remain under the militants' control. Iraqi troops on Monday captured the al-Faruq quarter, facing the mosque, the military said.

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  • Senate delays health care vote until after July 4 recess
Senate delays health care vote until after July 4 recess

And this would presumably, in decades to come, push more people off the Medicaid rolls. The personal health insurance marketplace is estimated to remain largely stable, and premiums will go down (after a spike next year ). Basically, if you let your insurance coverage lapse for a little over two months in any given year, the next year you wo...

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  • Ukraine official says version of WannaCry virus caused cyberattacks
Ukraine official says version of WannaCry virus caused cyberattacks

But according to security firm Kaspersky Lab , preliminary findings indicate the attacks are from a new ransomware which it's calling "NotPetya". "This is why we have named it NotPetya". "The central bank is confident that the banking infrastructure's defence against cyber fraud is properly set up and attempted cyber attacks on banks' IT system...

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  • Massive cyberattack hits airlines, banks, power grids across Europe and the US
Massive cyberattack hits airlines, banks, power grids across Europe and the US

Ukraine's prime minister said the attack was unprecedented but that "vital systems haven't been affected". United States pharmaceuticals-maker Merck and the local offices of the law firm DLA Piper - a sign in the firm's Washington DC office said: "Please remove all laptops from docking stations and keep turned off - no exceptions".

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  • Number of global displaced up to 65.6 million a year ago
Number of global displaced up to 65.6 million a year ago

The number of people forced to flee has increased with more than 50% over the last five years, up from 42.3 million in 2012. Almost two-thirds of Syrians have been forced to flee their homes. Since violence erupted in South Sudan in December 2013, more than 1.8 million people have crossed into neighboring countries. That is about 300,000 more p...

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  • May's 'settled status' will not apply to the Irish
May's 'settled status' will not apply to the Irish

According to the BBC , "those arriving after the cut-off point will be able to stay temporarily". He said the European Union remained committed to securing the same level of protection for its citizens as they now enjoyed under European Union law.

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  • Senate Republican leaders delay healthcare bill vote
Senate Republican leaders delay healthcare bill vote

That's $202 billion more than the savings anticipated from the House bill . It also highlights the deep ideological divides within the party over how to improve the health care system while not cutting millions of Americans out of insurance coverage.

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  • Man Spends 90 Days in Jail After Police Mistake Drywall for Cocaine
Man Spends 90 Days in Jail After Police Mistake Drywall for Cocaine

If you work as a handyman, I can only assume drywall dust becomes a permanent part of your very being. Cashe told WFTV that he repeatedly told officers from the Oviedo Police Department the substance was drywall. "I know for a fact (that) it's drywall because I'm a handyman", Cashe told WFTV. Oviedo police told News 6 that prosecutors chose t...

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  • These 3 Groups All Oppose The Senate Health Care Bill
These 3 Groups All Oppose The Senate Health Care Bill

With almost 30 percent of West Virginians receiving health coverage through Medicaid and CHIP, the loss of this funding would mean significant reductions in the number of people and the scope of services eligible for coverage. On average, the regular Medicaid match works out to about 60 percent. "If you had problems with the bill before, you're p...

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  • Guided White House tour, dinner symbolise Modi-Trump bonhomie
Guided White House tour, dinner symbolise Modi-Trump bonhomie

He said that PM Modi has invited his daughter Ivanka to lead a delegation of entrepreneurs to the Global Entrepreneurship Summit to be held in India. India appreciated the United States decision to designate the Pakistan-based Hizbul Mujahideen leader Syed Salahuddin as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist - just ahead of the Trump-Modi ...

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  • People in Lexington not fans of Supreme Court travel ban
People in Lexington not fans of Supreme Court travel ban "compromise"

The high court is letting a limited version of the Trump administration ban on travel from six mostly Muslim countries to take effect, a victory for President Donald Trump in the biggest legal controversy of his young presidency. But some immigration lawyers and advocates said relatively few people would fall under the ban because these travelers...

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  • PM Modi leaves for Netherlands after concluding United States trip
PM Modi leaves for Netherlands after concluding United States trip

President Donald Trump is kicking off an afternoon of meetings at the White House with India's prime minister. The White House Monday evening said the drones had been offered for consideration of sale to enhance "India's capabilities and promote shared security interests".

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  • Trump Criticizes Obama For Not Acting Sooner On Russia Hacking
Trump Criticizes Obama For Not Acting Sooner On Russia Hacking

Trump also noted that after four months of investigating the alleged Russian interference in the election, there are "zero "tapes" of T [rump] people colluding". At the time , Trump was claiming publicly that the election was rigged against him. On Sunday, he lambasted Obama in a "Fox & Friends" interview for doing "nothing" about the elect...

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  • Universities on the travel ban: This protects our students
Universities on the travel ban: This protects our students

The Court's unanimous stay of the 9th circuit court decision specified that foreign nationals who hold a "bona fide relationship to any U.S. person or entity" will be allowed to travel to the U.S. The Supreme Court decided Monday to reinstate certain parts of the president's controversial executive order, pending a full review by the justices thi...

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  • Israeli PM wants to join hands with 'friend' Modi for cyberspace expedition
Israeli PM wants to join hands with 'friend' Modi for cyberspace expedition

No one makes military equipment like the U.S.", he said. President Trump said his daughter Ivanka Trump will visit the nation for an entrepreneurship summit. Monday's White House visit was Modi's fifth trip to the United States since becoming prime minister in 2014. The dismay over the United States selling 22 Sea Guardian surveillance drones to ...

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  • President Macron to have own party group in French upper house
President Macron to have own party group in French upper house

Given that Macron made his opinion on President Trump policies pretty clear, I'd say the slogan isn't a simple coincidence but rather what the cool kids call " a burn ". As for Mr Schwarzeneggar, he is a noted supporter of climate-friendly policies and in a video posted earlier this month he said that "one man can not destroy our progress".

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  • US to Syria: 'Heavy price' awaits any chemical weapons use
US to Syria: 'Heavy price' awaits any chemical weapons use

The U.S.is fighting the Islamic State in Syria and it has a limited military presence there, but it's unclear whether it would send additional resources to respond to chemical attacks by the Assad regime. Nevertheless, the White House showed it wouldn't turn a blind eye. Russian Federation and Iran are both staunch backers of the Assad...

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